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BluBlu Studios and WWF Remind Us to “Love it or Lose it”

In their latest work for World Wildlife Fund, the animation team at BluBlu Studio use a vibrant illustrative treatment to interpret a heartfelt poem “encouraging a deeper appreciation for our natural world and the urgent need to protect it”. [Watch]

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In the Bag: TACTYC ‘s Three New Films for Michael Kors

Hard on the heels of their fabulous holiday spot for Devialet (featured in Stash 163), the crew at Munich animation/design studio TACTYC delivers three fashion-first films for luxury accessories and ready-to-wear brand Michael Kors. [Watch]

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GMUNK Explores Patterns of a Digital Consciousness in “Synapse Code” Short Film

Exactly a year after releasing his ambient film First Breath, digital artist/director/motion designer GMUNK (aka Bradley G Munkowitz) drops another intriguing visual meditation with respiration and neural exploration at its core. [Watch]

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The Sweet Side of Luxury: Floating Point Art Elevate Biscuits for Rivon

Director Jie Liou and Taipei studio Floating Point Art (who recently dropped their first in-house short film Origin) are back with more meticulously crafted CG in this spot for Taiwanese luxury food brand Rivon. [Watch]

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Off the Beaten Bike Path: TOMASZEWICZ studio Releases “Past Time Rush” Short Film

London’s TOMASZEWICZ studio, whose CG powers consistently delight in both personal films like Power Junk and commissioned work like Fila Kids, just released their newest motion experiment called Past Time Rush. [Watch]

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Sunglasses at Night: MinimalChat’s Ray-Ban Refractions

Seba Morales and Bel R. Tarducci at MinimalChat in La Plata, Argentina, elevate Ray-Ban’s 4323 model to an objet d’art by playing with the refractive possibilities of the sunglasses’s acrylic components. [Watch]

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